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Siena AD: No truth to Catholic 7 rumor

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If Siena is in line to join the schools that are forming a new conference unofficially dubbed the “Catholic 7,” that’s news to Siena athletic director John D’Argenio. A story by John Feinstein in Saturday’s Washington Post speculated that the sixth member of a six-team East Coast division of the conference would come down to Richmond or Siena, in large part because the Saints’ home arena, the Times Union Center, has a large seating capacity. ...

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February 19, 2013
2:16 p.m.

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To me, it's not the record so much as the way in which Buonaguro uses--and misuses--his players. As for Anosike, about the only highlight for this team this year is the fact that O.D. could again very well lead the country in rebounding average. Sitting him on the bench for a protracted period during the second half of a blowout seems to make little sense. He shows no sign of wearing down, unlike Siena's two top backcourt players who seem never to get a rest.